Kenzi Bougafer

Address: Boulevard Mohamed V, Tinerhir, 45800, Morocco | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on Boulevard Mohamed V, Tinerhir.
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        • Swimming pool
        • Restaurant

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        2.50 of 5 stars Fair

        Travel Blogs from Tinerhir

        Out of the desert and into the gorge

        A travel blog entry by tobequitefrank on Jun 27, 2015

        2 comments, 11 photos

        ... the 1970s when modernisation shifted to far less environmentally sound practices. We had a look underneath in the rather deep, cool tunnels and it was awe-inspiring to think of achieving all this using simple handheld tools. In the little tourist stop above the shopkeeper kept us entertained while we had our tea playing on his homemade violin (crazy what you can make with an old fuel can, some taught fishing wire and a stick). Lunch was ...


        A travel blog entry by linley_t on Mar 08, 2015

        7 photos

        After breakfast this morning we all wearily climbed into the bus. It was unusually quiet as we all dozed intermittently as we headed for Todra Gorge near Tenghir. The gorge is nice. It's 1000ft high and is known as Morocco's Grand Canyon. Myles climbed it - 250 dirham. There were lots of little stalls along the road and some of the others made a few purchases. We went for a lovely ...

        A Day in the Sahara

        A travel blog entry by nangarner on Feb 09, 2015

        2 comments, 7 photos

        ... young. He is domesticating it. We stopped next at the the small desert village of Khamlia, where we learned about the famous ritual music of the local Gnawa musicians. They are a Black tribe from Timbuktu. They came to Morocco in the 16th century and have stayed together for all of this time. They don't intermarry and have kept their traditions. They performed music and danced for us. A view of the dunes and desert from a high point was ...

        Over the High Atlas: The Camel Man and The Storm

        A travel blog entry by crowdywendy on May 18, 2014

        45 photos

        ... Jimmy Hendrix!" I'm not quite sure what the resemblance, if any, was but it was all quite hilarious as we sped along with Mohamed's seemingly one only CD blaring out Jeune et Jolie!

        The rural countryside outside Midelt was largely dominated by sheep and wheat farming, and some intensive cropping. As we wound our way toward the High Atlas the scenery was fascinating. Large craggy outcrops displaying massive tilting and ...


        A travel blog entry by rnb2013 on Jul 23, 2013

        21 photos

        ... you couldn't even buy Moroccan food or souvenirs. In the evening we returned to Marrakech ready for our train ride to Fes, the religious capital of Morocco. Arriving in Fes we were conned again in giving money for services that we didn't want but may have needed and settled into our hostel. Fes was a very old historic city and the medina (which is the oldest medina in the world) Is a UNESCO site. We thought we would check out the town and see what Fes had to offer. We were hassled ...